Create DAPs When Adding Local Documents in iMedConsent

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When you add local documents to iMedConsent™ (especially documents with fields in them), Dialog Medical recommends creating unique DAPS for these to make sure they work the way you want them to. Here are some straightforward steps on creating DAPS for local documents.

1. Select under Maintenance->Preferences-> Documents Activity Profiles.


2. Find the * Default Non-Consent DAP.


3. Do the following in this order:

  • Click the Copy button.
  • Put the Name of the Local Document in the Profile Name (for this example, we are using Name of Local Document).

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    4. Make sure on this Tab (General) the values are:
    • Parent Document: <None Selected>
    • Note: <VA Default Progress Note>
    • Process: <None Selected>
    • Presentation Mode: Default Presentation Mode
    • Image Editor Template: VA Image Editor Template

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      5. Go to the Assignments tab, and do the following:

      • Check where the document will reside. Make sure to click on the folder image to assign the DAP to the specific document and not to the entire category (for this example, the document (Name of Document), resides under Allergy\Patient Instructions).
      • Uncheck the Default at the top of the list.

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        6. Go to the Medical Record tab, and do the following:

        • Put in the IEN (TIU) number of the Note Title in CPRS where you want this to go. Put this number in both the Note Number and Education Assessment Note Number fields.
        • Click OK. Please note the Process Options are setup to save the note and the image to the patient’s chart (Signed Note; Image linked to Note (2)). If you want just the Note saved to the patient’s chart, select Signed note; no image (4).

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